... Goldsmith a modern Marius, weeping over the ruin of the Pantheon? " "Nay," cried another voice, "Dr. Goldsmith is contemplating the writing of a history of the attempted reformation of society in the eighteenth century, through the agency of a Greek... The Jessamy bride - Page 73by Frank Frankfort Moore - 1906 - 417 pagesFull view
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Frank Frankfort Moore - 1896 - 417 pages
...humble bows, in the presence of the smiling actress. " And now you can send for Mrs. Abington,"said Lord Stanley. "She agreed to wait in her chair until...of his. He had dropped his hat in the act of making his bow to Mrs. Horneck, the mother of the two girls, Mary and Katherine — the latter the wife of...